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Venice: Cohen Media Group Takes U.S. on Competition Player ‘Marguerite’

3 September 2015 2:39 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Cohen Media group has acquired all U.S. domestic rights to Xavier Giannoli’s Venice competition player “Marguerite,” which is being sold by Memento Films Intl.

A French period drama, “Marguerite” stars Catherine Frot (“Haute Cuisine,” “Chaos,” “Un air de famille,” “The Page Turner”) as Marguerite Dumont, a character loosely inspired by 1920s socialite Florence Foster Jenkins, a wannabe opera singer who believed she had a beautiful soprano voice. The world begged to differ from that opinion.

Andre Marcon (“Rapt,” “The Page Turner”), Denis Mpunga (“Dead Man Talking”) and Christa Theret (“Lol,” “Renoir “) co-star.

Marguerite” world premieres at Venice, having struck major territory pre-sales across the world. Cohen Media Group plans a major market theatrical release in the spring. Cohen Media Group senior vice president John Kochman and Tanja Meissner, head of international sales and acquisitions at Paris-based Mfi, negotiated the distribution agreement.

Giannoli’s sixth film, “Marguerite” follows on his “Superstar, »

- John Hopewell

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Catch Me Daddy | Review

7 August 2015 8:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Family Matters: Wolfe’s Unsettling Debut a Thriller with a Mean Streak

Premiering in the Directors’ Fortnight sidebar at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, director Daniel Wolfe’s directorial debut, Catch Me Daddy, is most likely to inspire awe or ire as a denuded genre thriller, pared down to the barest essentials of abject miserabilism. There’s no one to innately empathize with, beyond being exposed to a central victim whom we must logically root for given her ambitious rebellion against the patriarchal straightjacket she was weaned from. Unfolding with methodical calm, the first time filmmaker manages to instill a mounting dread thanks to surprising, even shocking moments of gruesome violence, and that’s despite its lack of emotional posturing. Down and out working class folks thrust into dire straits is the name of the game here, and though a bit of additional context would’ve enhanced the basic premise, »

- Nicholas Bell

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